Proven Private Label 2.0
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DL Full Edition + Proven Private Label 1.0 as bonus
It really can be amazingly simple to launch your own brands on the world’s largest online selling platform!
We’ve sold a few hundred million dollars of private-label products on Amazon and we can say with confidence that your success in private label doesn’t have to be complicated.
If you’ve been listening to the way it’s been taught by most “experts,” you probably think private label selling on Amazon is complex.
These experts go on and on about international sourcing, finding cooperative, eligible suppliers and manufacturers, all the shipping issues and packaging issues, branding, research etc.
It’s no wonder some people are charging thousands for courses that try to turn newbies into master import/export mavericks in 50 lessons.
I have good news – It doesn’t have to be that complicated if you have a SIMPLE plan!
PPL 2.0 is a primer on how to start your own private label product line. It will help you avoid common pitfalls, as well as wasted time and money on easily preventable mistakes.
In Proven Private Label 2.0 we will show you how to:
Apply Proven Performance Inventory principles to find In-Demand products that are currently not on Amazon
Find and contact potential suppliers
Get your logo designed and packaging created
Create a powerful product listing that sells
Launch product after product using the private label the easy way formula
Get your first sales and reviews to create momentum
And much more!
Includes Principles From Proven Performance Inventory
PPI takes the guess work out of selecting the right Private Label product by showing you how to find the “golden gaps” on Amazon. These “golden gaps” are products people are searching for, but cannot find – creating an opportunity for you to fill the gap! And there’s tens of thousands of them!
Brett Bartlett is the guy who pioneered this system and now has an 8-figure Amazon business. Check out the below screenshots to see some PPI results.